HRD Roundtable: Making Diversity Intentional Using Technology in the Workplace

Thursday 7th October 11AM (ET) / 4PM (BST)

Promoting diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) in the workplace has come to the forefront of company objectives for the last 18 months. With enabling technology widely at our disposal, we are now able to examine the ways in which technology can help organizations reach their DE&I objectives, both mitigating bias and actively promoting diversity. Technology has enormous potential to improve outcomes through benchmarking diversity and inclusion, minimizing bias and expanding talent pools. However, while it can be an effective enabler for DE&I efforts, it can only be successful when we, as leaders, build a culture where a diverse workforce can take root and thrive. How can DE&I efforts of the future be shaped by human-centric approaches supported by technology tools? How can we use technology to improve diversity in the workplace to help meet organizational goals?

Join this interactive roundtable where we will discuss how to plan and prioritize using technology to meet company DE&I goals and sustain a diverse workplace. We will explore:

– How to change the status quo to build a more diverse, equitable and inclusive workforce?

– How will the future of this technology change?

– What are the biggest obstacles in applying technology to DE&I goals?

– Which trends are catalysts for this change and adoption?

Moderator: Nikhil Shahane, Vice President, Global Talent and Engagement, TechnipFMC

Register here and join us October 7 2021 at 11am ET / 4pm BST.

HRD Virtual Roundtables are open to senior HR professionals only and all bookings are subject to approval by the HRD team. For further information please contact [email protected]>


LeoForce

Session sponsor

Nikhil Shahane, Vice President, Global Talent and Engagement, TechnipFMC  

Session moderator

Nikhil Shahane in his role as Vice President Talent & Engagement is responsible for the global Talent, Engagement, Inclusion & Diversity functions at TechnipFMC. As an internationally experienced, HR professional he has driven the people development mandate across multiple regulatory and socio-cultural environments working both at strategic and operational levels. Nikhil takes keen interest in Inclusion & Diversity primarily owing to his internal experience and profession but also owing to a research he did on multicultural diversity as part of his master’s at Cranfield School of Management. Nikhil has and continues to create long term and sustainable I&D strategies for the business